I still can't help yelling out "Duracell!" anytime someone on Star Trek says "Energize", but I'm a total geek, so please ignore that.
Duracell also happens to have been my battery choice for years.
The rescue squad I used to run with used only Duracell batteries in the equipment. Nobody ever really talked about it, they just bought Duracells. That was all the comercial I needed.
I hate the Energizer Bunny. A lot. I'd like to grab a shotgun and go out every year during Rabbit Season and hope to find that little pink bastard one day. Hopefully, the Energizer bunny will be cuddled up to the "Can you hear me now" guy and I can get two trophies at once. Mind you, it's not the ACTOR, it's that damned character.
I dislike the comercials that make it look like most people are incapable of performing a simple act, like making cookies, walking or breathing without the NEW WONDER PRODUCT only $19.95! It's like they're saying "We know you're a low grade moron, so here's a device to make your stupidity less painfully blatant." Did you see the one for the pancake maker? "You flip, but they flop. You're a drooling, fish-brained moron. Don't worry, send us $19.95 and we'll send you a frying pan to make you suddenly turn into a GOD OF COOKING! Your IQ will go up 150 points, your family will love you and your home will magickally self-clean!!" OK, maybe flipping pancakes isn't the easiest thing in the world (for everyone), but I really feel like the ads are talking down to people.